Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association
Support our public policy work
Support our public policy work

Support our public policy work

Support our public policy work

Support our public policy work

By watchdogging our public policy, MOFGA protects the health and longevity of all farming and food production in Maine.
MOFGA's Farm Training Project Workshops
MOFGA's Farm Training Project Workshops

MOFGA's Farm Training Project...

MOFGA's Farm Training Project Workshops

MOFGA's Farm Training Project Workshops

Weekly events, May through September 2019
Our Vision
Our Vision

Our Vision

Our Vision

Our Vision

MOFGA envisions a future of healthy ecosystems, communities, people and economies sustained by the practices of organic agriculture.
Find organic food
Find organic food

Find organic food

Find organic food

Find organic food

Buy organic AND local!
MOFGA Events
MOFGA Events

MOFGA Events

MOFGA Events

MOFGA Events

MOFGA holds events every month – January through December
Got Organic Milk?
Got Organic Milk?

Got Organic Milk?

Got Organic Milk?

Got Organic Milk?

These beauties live on Chase’s Organic Dairy Farm in Mapleton. Where does your organic milk come from?
MOFGA loves organic vegetables
MOFGA loves organic vegetables

MOFGA loves organic vegetables

MOFGA loves organic vegetables

MOFGA loves organic vegetables

Buy organic AND local … and delicious!

Introduction to Tractors: Farm Production Systems and Tractor Safety

June 26, 2019 – Wednesday, 5 p.m. at Morning Dew Farm, Damariscotta. Join farmers Brendan and Brady of Morning Dew Farm to learn how they have set up vegetable production systems for both riding tractors and walk behind BCS style tractors. Basic tractor safety will be covered. Potluck to follow.

Tour a Homestead Focused on Food Preservation

July 11, 2019 – Thursday, 6 p.m., the Washington Homestead, Washington, Maine. Patty Manson owns and operates her own family CSA and preserves over 300 quarts of vegetables and fruits from her own land. Visit with a variety of farm animals, explore her garden beds and enjoy the views of her 50 acres of blueberry fields. Ask about wool spinning, soap and juice making. See how you, too, can raise your own food. Donations to support this and other MOFGA programming are accepted at the door. For more information, contact Anna Libby.

MOFGA Tree Fodder Day: Tree Leaves in the Farm Food Chain

July 8, 2019 – Monday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., MOFGA’s Common Ground Education Center, Unity. Fee: $50; $35 for MOFGA members. Email events@mofga.org for more information. Registration available here.

This event launches a week long ‘Tree Fodder Seminar’ hosted by 3 Streams Farm. (Visit their website for the full week’s schedule.)

Have you ever considered that most livestock fodder came from trees for 8,000 years? Join us for a full-day workshop about all the many aspects of feeding animals on tree fodder. The day will include farmer showcases, hands-on activity and more.